Easter trash left behind at City parks

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EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — The El Paso Parks and Recreation Department reminded all those celebrating Easter to pick up after themselves, but trash at some City parks remain.

Memorial Park in Central El Paso had garbage left behind like beer cans, egg shells, confetti and food.

According to the City, in previous years, it has taken workers three to four days to get rid of trash left behind.

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